|Internet Arcade: Rock n' Rage - Konami|
|Internet Arcade: Kitten Kaboodle - Konami|
|Internet Arcade: Black Panther - Konami|
|SSSSSSSAAAAAAAA (TEST) - KONAMI|
Keywords: fernando; audio; test; UPN; radio
|Magical Tree - Konami|
Magical Tree is an action game developed by Konami. Aaronix ported the MSX version of the game to the SG-1000 in Taiwan as Móguǐ shù (魔鬼樹) . It is unknown whether they had a license to do so. It was later released in South Korea as a card for the Sega Master System as Yosul Namu (요술나무).
|Internet Arcade: Rock'n Rage - Konami|
|metal gear - konami|
Keywords: metal gear
|Internet Arcade: Quarth - Konami|
Quarth (クオース) is a hybrid puzzle game/shoot 'em up developed by Konami which was released in 1989 as an arcade game, sold as Block Hole outside Japan. Besides the arcade version, there were also ports of the game to the MSX2 (with a built-in SCC chip), Famicom, and Game Boy—home releases used the Quarth name worldwide (with the exception of the Game Boy Color release in Europe of Konami GB Collection Vol...
|pes6666 - konami|
game save for pes 6
Keywords: game save for pes 6
|Sparkster - Konami|
Sparkster: Rocket Knight Adventures 2 (スパークスター ロケットナイトアドベンチャーズ2 Supākusutā Roketto Naito Adobenchāzu 2?), known simply as Sparkster in North America and Europe, is a 1994 side-scrolling platformer video game developed and published by Konami for the Sega Genesis as the sequel to Rocket Knight Adventures. The game was released in North America on February 22, 1994, in Europe on May 8, 1994 and in Japan on September 23, 1994...
|Internet Arcade: Hyper Sports Special - Konami|
|Hyper Sports 2 - Konami|
Hyper Sports 2 is a port of the MSX game of the same name. This port was only released in Taiwan. Sequel to button masher Hyper Sports, this edition of the series features ball-trap, archery and weight-lifting events.
|Atari 2600: Track And Field - Konami|
The Official Video Game of the 1984 Summer Olympic Games, Track & Field lets you or you and a friend compete in six classic Olympic events: 100-Meter Dash, Long Jump, Javelin, 110-Meter Hurdles, Hammer Throw and High Jump. To run in Track & Field, you must jiggle the joystick left and right as fast as you can. Or, you can alternate pushing the two buttons on the special controller that comes packaged with the game...
|Atari 2600: Marine Wars - Konami|
A world war is spreading out over the seas! Take aim at the enemy's battleships and fighters!! This game consists of four consecutive scenes: a battle between battleships by day; a battle between battleships by night; a battle between fighters and battleships by day; and a battle between fighters and battleships by night. Each scene leads into the next as the previous scene clears. In scenes where battleships fight battleships, the scene will clear only after you have destroyed a set number of t...
|Antarctic Adventure - Konami|
Click here to view the manual to this game. Antarctic Adventure, known in Japan as Kekkyoku Nankyoku Daibōken (けっきょく南極大冒険) is a video game developed by Konami in 1983 for MSX, and later for video game consoles, such as NES. The player takes the role of an Antarctic penguin, racing to disparate research stations owned by different countries in Antarctica. The gameplay is similar to Sega's Turbo, but plays at a much slower pace, and features platform game elements...
|Internet Arcade: Double Dribble - Konami|
|Probotector - Konami|
Contra: Hard Corps, released in Japan as Contra: The Hard Corps (魂斗羅 ザ・ハードコア?) and in Europe and Australia as Probotector, is a side-scrolling run and gun-style shoot-'em-up video game released by Konami for the Sega Mega Drive/Genesis in 1994. It is part of the Contra series and serves as a follow-up to Contra III: The Alien Wars. The plot takes place several years after the events of that game...
|Vampire Killer - Konami|
Castlevania: Bloodlines is the only Castlevania video game released on the Mega Drive/Genesis. It was developed and published by Konami, and was first released in North America, on March 17, 1994. Its Japanese title is Vampire Killer (バンパイアキラー Banpaia Kirā?). This version featured a considerable amount of violence, with the American port containing a surprising amount of blood and gore for a game of its "GA" rating...
|Pro Evolution Soccer Trailer 1 - Konami|
Pro Evolution Soccer (PES 1) PS2 Trailer by Konami from MGS 2 two DVD Disc
Keywords: PES trailer ps2; pes; trailer; ps2; pro evolution soccer
|Internet Arcade: Jail Break - Konami|
|Animaniacs - Konami|
Animaniacs is a video game that is based on the hit animated series of the same name. Unlike regular platform games, the player usually runs from the enemies rather than fighting them. Characters include Yakko, Wakko, and Dot, Pinky and the Brain, most of the supporting cast, as well as Ralph, the Warner Brothers studio guard. Animaniacs was made into two games which bore no relation to each other in terms of gameplay, despite both being made by Konami...
|Episode 21 Metal Gear Solid pt 1 - Konami|
jay wont dart, metal gear solid audio ripped from the game, playstation.
Keywords: jay wont dart; playstation; metal gear solid; konami; solid snake; video game
|Internet Arcade: '88 Games - Konami|
|World Soccer: Winning Eleven 8 International Demo - Konami|
If realism was the name of the game, Pro Evolution Soccer 4 wins hands down – this is the definitive football experience, taking realism to a whole new level. Featuring hundreds of new animations, players not only look like their real-life counterpart, they also move and react like them.
Keywords: Windows games; Vintage computer games; Sports games
|Internet Arcade: Trick Trap - Konami|
|Internet Arcade: Haunted Castle - Konami|
|Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Return of the Shredder - Konami|
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: The Hyperstone Heist, released in Europe as Teenage Mutant Hero Turtles: The Hyperstone Heist and in Japan as Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Return of the Shredder is a side-scrolling beat 'em up based on the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles (TMNT) franchise, and was also the first TMNT game released for the Sega Mega Drive/Genesis. April O'Neil is reporting from Ellis Island when, in a sudden flash of light, her audience and herself witness Manhattan Island suddenly sta...
|Internet Arcade: Strategy X - Konami|
|Internet Arcade: TwinBee - Konami|
|Internet Arcade: Contra - Konami|
|Internet Arcade: Super Basketball - Konami|
|Tiny Toon Adventures Acme All-Stars - Konami|
Tiny Toon Adventures: ACME All-Stars (known in Korea as ACME All Stars) is the second Tiny Toon Adventures-based game, released on the Mega Drive/Genesis, released in 1994, and developed and published by Konami. Very similar to a pair of Tiny Toon Adventures games released on both the Super NES and the Game Boy, ACME All-Stars is a sports title that allows the player to make a team out of several iconic characters from the show, which include Buster Bunny, Babs Bunny, Plucky Duck, Hamton J...
|Internet Arcade: Fast Lane - Konami|
|Tiny Toon Adventures - Konami|
Tiny Toon Adventures: Buster's Hidden Treasure was the first Tiny Toon Adventures-based game released on the Mega Drive/Genesis. It was released in 1993 and developed and published by Konami. Buster Bunny's mission in this game is to trace down and defeat Montana Max, who has stolen and hidden some treasure as and rescue Babs Bunny. Many of foes are in the way, including Roderick Rat and Gene Splicer, who has brainwashed several of Buster's friends, including Plucky Duck, Hamton J...
|Internet Arcade: Battlantis - Konami|
|Circus Charlie - Konami|
Circus Charlie (サーカスチャーリー Sākasu Chārī?) is an action/platform game originally released by Konami in which the player controls a clown named Charlie. The game was a hit arcade game in 1984, which also had a successful release on the MSX in 1984, the Nintendo Famicom in 1986 by Soft Pro and on the Commodore 64 in 1987.
|Internet Arcade: Nemesis - Konami|
|Internet Arcade: Flak Attack - Konami|
|Internet Arcade: Hyper Olympic - Konami|
|Internet Arcade: Scramble - Konami|
Scramble (スクランブル Sukuranburu) is a 1981 horizontally scrolling shoot 'em up, arcade game. It was developed by Konami, and manufactured and distributed by Leijac in Japan and Stern in North America. It was the first side-scrolling shooter with forced scrolling and multiple distinct levels. The hardware uses two Zilog Z80 microprocessors for the central processing unit in addition to two AY-3-8910 sound chips for the sound...
|Internet Arcade: Super Contra - Konami|
|Episode 20 Metal Gear Solid pt 2 - Konami|
jay wont dart , metal gear solid video game ripped audio, property of Konami.
Keywords: jay wont dart; metal gear solid; solid snake; MGS; video game; game; playstation
|Internet Arcade: Konami's Ping-Pong - Konami|
|Rocket Knight Adventures - Konami|
Rocket Knight Adventures (ロケットナイトアドベンチャーズ Roketto Naito Adobenchāzu?) is a 1993 side-scrolling platformer video game developed and published by Konami for the Sega Genesis. The game was released in North America on August 5, 1993, in Japan on August 6, 1993, and in Europe in 1993. Rocket Knight Adventures was designed by Nobuya Nakazato, designer of several titles in the Contra series such as The Alien Wars, Hard Corps and Shattered Soldier...
|Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Tournament Fighters - Konami|
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Tournament Fighters, or Teenage Mutant Hero Turtles: Tournament Fighters in Europe, is the title of three different fighting games based on the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles franchise, produced by Konami for the Nintendo Entertainment System, Mega Drive/Genesis, and Super NES and released during a period between 1993 and 1994. Konami produced a different fighting game based on the series for each platform, featuring a differing cast of characters...
|Internet Arcade: Dark Adventure - Konami|
Dark Adventure is a dimetric action-adventure game produced by Konami that was released for the arcades in North America in 1987. It was the first arcade game by Konami that allowed up to three players simultaneously. The game was also released as Majū no Ōkoku (魔獣の王国, "The Devil's Kingdom") in Japan and as Devil World in Europe, Oceania and Asia, although these versions feature significant gameplay differences and only allow up to two players...
|Internet Arcade: Scooter Shooter - Konami|
|Internet Arcade: Jungler - Konami|
“I’ll shoot off your tail – then I’ll RAM you!!” screams the advertising flier for 1981's 'Jungler', a bizarre mashup of Pac Man, Centipede and the 'snake' game from your old mobile phone. You and your enemies are segmented snakes that slither around in a maze, growing longer and longer. You have the advantage of being able to shoot lasers out of your head, though, which gives you a fighting chance...
|Internet Arcade: Gradius III - Konami|
Gradius III (グラディウスIII -伝説から神話ヘ- Gradiusu Surī: Densetsu kara Shinwa e, Gradius III: From Legend to Myth) is a 1989 scrolling shooter video game developed and published by Konami, originally released for the arcades in Japan and other parts of Asia on December 11, 1989. It is the third sequel to the original Gradius for the arcades following Gradius II: Gofer's Ambition, and was followed by Gradius IV: Resurrection...
|Internet Arcade: Gyruss - Konami|
Gyruss (ジャイラス Jairasu) is a shoot 'em up video arcade game developed by Konami, and released in 1983. It was designed by Yoshiki Okamoto, who had earlier created Time Pilot for Konami. Gyruss was licensed to Centuri in the United States, and was ported to numerous games consoles and home computers. It follows in the tradition of space war games such as Space Invaders and Galaga. Gyruss was the second and last game Yoshiki Okamoto designed for Konami, after Time Pilot...